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Dec 16, 2012 12:00pm EST
every week if sandy text messages and e-mails from my superiors to give our operations and if you like and doing the right thing for my patient. they don't like that. that's not the type of medicine or profession they wanted to. i think we need to start thinking about how patients can get the best options by eliminating these heavy incentives to under refer. there are patients that i've met, rotating us a resident there were not told there's a superior way to reconstruct the after removal because the local plastic surgeons don't do it that way. they do it another way. the research and literature clearly shows inferior. it's silly standard of care. they won't get sued for doing it, but there's wide variations. my own field of pancreas surgery, if you have a small pancreas cyst that needs to be removed in the tale of the tanker is, a patient walks into one hospital, they'll have a big mainline station. but the tale of the pancreas removed in their spleen. walk into another stop to stop the symbol of a small, minimally invasive keyhole incision cannot remove the spleen. talking about
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